Villages in Osun State. Iyinta. Itegun. Bara. Ilare. Oloki. Apena. Tomoni. Iwata. Isoko. Idigba. Owu. What you need to know about the villages

VILLAGES IN OSUN STATE

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Villages in Osun state are numerous. And are yet to be develop. However, we will describe few Villages in Osun in few lines and help you know more about Osun. Villages in Osun State could be found on the South Western part of Nigeria. Some of the villages share boundaries with Ogun, Info, Oyo, Ekitie and Kwara.Villages in Osun state are numerous. And are yet to be develop. However, we will describe few Villages in Osun in few lines and help you k Inow more about Osun. Villages in Osun State could be found on the South Western part of Nigeria. Some of the villages share boundaries with Ogun, Ondo, Oyo, Ekiti and Kwara.

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Villages in Osun State. Iyinta. Itegun. Bara. Ilare. Oloki. Apena. Tomoni. Iwata. Isoko. Idigba. Owu. What you need to know about the villages
VILLAGES IN OSUN STATE

Nearby Places to Osun State

Osun is West to Erinmi, Egbeda in Oyo State. Also, Osun is South to Ajede Balogun, Ijebu North in Ogun. While Luwasoli, Ile Oluji/Okeigbo, Ondo and Efon Alaaye, Efon in Ekiti is to the East. Furthermore, Osun is north to Ila Odo, Oyun in Kwara at the North.

  • Egbeda
  • Ijebu North
  • Okeigbo
  • Efon
  • Oyun

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Villages in Osun State

There are places in Osun State that civilisation has not taken place. Many could serve as tourist attractions but because of negligent those places are the way it is. Also, some of the villages has thick forest, stream, river and many natural resources. That could be another source of income to the state.

Iyinta

Iyinta is a small village in Ife-iwara town of Iwara district. Which is in Atakumosa East along Ilesha-Akure road. Although, the village is a developing community in Atakumosa. Other neighbouring community include Igangan, Ifewara, Iwikun, and Oko Aogo. Iyinta has few social amenities and survives mostly with the help of natural resources.


Itegun

Itegun is a village in the district of Ijebu-Jesa Rarul. The community lies in the North Eastern part of the state. Itegun is one of the villages in Oriade. However, it’s shares border with Ijaregbe and Aba Lawani. Also, the Erin-Ijesha Waterfalls; which is popularly known as Olumirin with it’s seven steps waterfall is also in the same LGA with Itegun. Majority of the people here are into Agriculture.

Bara

Bara is a village in Ilobu the capital of Irepodun LGA in Osun State. The village lies very close to Ilobu-Oshogbo road. The closes town to this village are Erin Osun and Orolu and Okinni. Bara is at the Northern part of Osun State. However, they survive from neighbouring village social amenities. Also, they depend on Ilobu for many things.


Ilare

Ilare is a village in Obokun LGA. Furthemore, the village lies in the northern part of Obokun. Which is in Osun State. The Village shares boundaries with Oton, Ibokun and Esa Odo. Just like Bara, Ilare depends on Ibokun the capital of the LGA for many things. The village has a quite number of people. The people here are from Ijesa sub ethnic group. They are into farming and hunting in this village.

List of Villages in Osun Nigeria

  • Iyinta
  • Itegun
  • Bara
  • Ilare
  • Oloki
  • Apena
  • Tomoni
  • Iwata
  • Isoko
  • Idigba
  • Owu

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Oloki

Oloki is a village in Ede district. Ede South LGA of Osun state. Oloki is one of the villages in Osun state, that we find attractive to talk about. This is because of its environ. The village is somewhat close to Adeleke University. That is Davido’s family property. Also, Oloki is near the Federal Polytechnic Ede. A tertiary institution in Osun. The village is occupied with Muslim and Christians.

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